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iSeries Access ODBC Drivers

iSeries Access ODBC Drivers

iSeries Access ODBC Drivers

Anyone use this driver by IBM? Anyone know what kind of a database (DB2 maybe?) this driver would be connecting to?

I'm looking to find out if there are other drivers that might offer more functions that can be used with SQL Expressions. The ones used by the iSeries seem limited.

RE: iSeries Access ODBC Drivers

You are not running DB2, you are running AS400 probably. What is the ERP that you are running? Such as JDE World, Lawson, etc, etc. I have seen specific ODBC drivers for World. I guess it depends on wat you are trying to do.

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